ya idam anusrnoti yo ’bhidhatte
kapila-muner matam atma-yoga-guhyam
bhagavati krta-dhih suparna-ketav
yah—whoever; idam—this; anusrnoti—hears; yah—whoever; abhidhatte—expounds; kapila-muneh—of the sage Kapila; matam—instructions; atma-yoga—based on meditation on the Lord; guhyam—confidential; bhagavati—on the Supreme Personality of Godhead; krta-dhih—having fixed his mind; suparna-ketau—who has a banner of Garuda; upalabhate—achieves; bhagavat—of the Supreme Lord; pada-aravindam—the lotus feet.
The description of the dealings of Kapiladeva and His mother is very confidential, and anyone who hears or reads this narration becomes a devotee of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is carried by Garuda, and he thereafter enters into the abode of the Supreme Lord to engage in the transcendental loving service of the Lord.
The narration of Kapiladeva and His mother, Devahuti, is so perfect and transcendental that even if one only hears or reads this description, he achieves the highest perfectional goal of life, for he engages in the loving service of the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. There is no doubt that Devahuti, who had the Supreme Lord as her son and who followed the instructions of Kapiladeva so nicely, attained the highest perfection of human life.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Third Canto, Thirty-third Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “Activities of Kapila.”
END OF THE THIRD CANTO
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